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Hugh Hefner an American Icon

We live in a time period where it might be considered politically incorrect to praise the president and CEO of a nude magazine. But that’s exactly what we’re going to do. Hugh Hefner spent the better part of five decades perfecting and then keeping alive the same magazine. In this time of technology with information…

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IT is Fantastic!!!

This flick hits every notch on the “teen thriller” scale. While it’s odd for a Horror film to debut in September, this one seems appropriately timed. With the success of shows like “Stranger Things” and an ongoing acceptance of movie remakes IT hits the mark. Stephen King’s thousand-page source novel makes for a difficult transition…

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Carrie Fisher Our Missing Princess

  Most of these articles read understandably like obituaries. In truth this obituary should be a monument to a princess. Naturally, there will be discussion of he achievements and major roles but it’s tempered with admiration. My experience with Carrie Fisher as a fan was as deeply impactful as any relationship built on respect and…

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Supergirl Rocks!!!

Let’s hit the ground running with this “GIRL” issue. When Supergirl hit the airwaves a year ago there was some backlash over a female being called girl. The smart folks over at Berlanti/ Kreisberg world handled this on day one. They choose Calista Flockhart aka Ally McBeal, to take over the role of Cat Grant.…

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Elie Wiesel: Dead at 87

Elie Wiesel the Holocaust survivor, author, and leader of a global awareness movement has died at the age of 87. He promoted the cause of peace as only someone who has seen the horror of war and the darkness that rests in mankind can. Wiesel, won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1986,  for his first book,…